Doctor insights on:
Pole Dancing Class
I have back pain but I have joined dance classes as I love dancing. Is it gonna increase my back pain problem?
So like I have said before I am a dancer and when i'm not dancing, and just sitting in class my knee hurts why is this and how can I treat it?
Patellofemoral pain: Anterior knee pain syndrome may be the result of various internal or external problems. Common causes are overuse, weak and inflexible quadriceps and hamstring muscles, a sudden change in intensity of your exercise regime, being overweight and flat feet. This can also be called patellofemoral pain syndrome or runners knee. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I use ciprofloxacin 500 mg now. I would like to attend aerobic dancing class. Is it ok for me to attend the class or do sport?
Should be ok: Prolonged courses of fluoroquinolones can be associated with tendinitis but we do not generally restrict activities during use. ...Read more
Definitely!: Any movement is better than no movement and depending on what type of dancing, the exercise from it may be anything from mild to extremely exertive exercise. It's also a great way to have fun while exercising and keeping healthy and can be a fun thing for couples to do to get them both up & moving at any age! ...Read more
Yes twice: Most of the dancers are healthy they seem to me very flexible and usually are fit their cardiovascular levels are normally good but most of them sustain degenerative injuries typically involving the hips and knees from all the pounding. ...Read more
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- Pole dancing lessons
- Gestational sac and yolk sac no fetal pole
- What does a class 3 allergy mean?
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- Mm stone renal mid pole
- Kidney mid pole cyst
- Calcification upper pole of kidney representing calculus
- Upper pole of the left kidney
- Pole dancing aerobics classes